The Border Patrol Victims Network (BPVN) is a group of families and individuals who have been affected by violence from US Border Patrol agents, especially focused on those who have been killed, and who are working together in solidarity to seek justice and end the culture of violence and impunity in the Border Patrol. BPVN also seeks to raise awareness in the community at large and provide mutual support for victims and families. BPVN welcomes volunteers to join us, including those who can help provide organizational, psychological, legal, financial or other urgently needed assistance. BPVN was initiated in Sonora/Arizona in 2014 and is currently seeking to network with other victims and organizations working with victims.
PO Box 27814; Tucson, AZ 85726